"Memoirs of a Geisha" essay?
I'm doing my English essay and I'm a bit stuck with the conclusion of the essay topic "Explain the significance of water as a symbol in Sayuri's life and in the novel".
My conclusion is "All in all, the significance of water plays an important role in Sayuri's life: from her childhood until the end of her life". But obviously, there's something missing before that and I can't think of anything to add in. Help me!!!!
Every help is appreciated. Thanks a lot guys!
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden
Sayuri's narrative begins when she is a young girl by the name of Chiyo. Chiyo's childhood is spent is abject poverty. Her parents are peasants; her mother is terminally ill and unable to work and her father is a fisherman.
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- AprilLv 44 years ago
Leave out things like you pooped your pants or peed the bed. Leave out things criminal.